Mobilizing for climate change action by Mobilization Team
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Proposal: Mobilizing for climate change action
Contest: Shifting Attitudes & Behavior
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2015 Climate CoLab Judges
This is a very attractive proposal, although it is not clear to me how the financial resources will be used to support the aims of the plan.
The presentation is too vague and generic and too focused on what we would love the world to be rather than on the strategy to achieve the result. When it comes down to the strategy the type of actions required to be executed are too vague and idealistic. Calling the US government to perform certain actions does not imply nor insures the call will be answered
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